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Changes and Trends, For Better or For Worse
Mike Treder   Dec 31, 2009   Ethical Technology  

In the year 2025, if man is still alive, if woman can survive, they may find…

The Pew Research Center recently asked Americans their opinions on whether “recent changes and trends” were for the better, for the worse, or hadn’t made much difference:


Most of the results above are not too surprising. It’s fun to speculate, though, about how these questions might look after another decade or two:


This is just meant to be for kicks, of course. Not necessarily intended as predictive. Happy New Decade!

Mike Treder is a former Managing Director of the IEET.



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